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geographically. europe and the united states and, you know, the stock has been getting pounded just based on the noise going on in the market. >> i think that after this facebook thing where people feel that somebody had inside story on facebook, i want to turn the tables. there east an analyst when they down graded warned of a convergence of trend in northern and southern europe. the people who follow your company may not know the real trends of your company. >> if they were listening they know. we couldn't have been out there more. we've been transparent. we were talking at the end of april, early may. we raised the guidance as you said in your opening clip and talked about the trends of the business. those trends have continued in may where we've seen our come ps of calvin and tommy. >> and how about in europe? >> up hype single digits. so accelerated. >> is there a possibility of a disconnect what people think of tommy hilfiger here versus what you and i know, maybe they don't understand the -- where the high end aspirational nature of you and germany and france? >> i think clearly th
. the demand isn't there for $105 crude in the united states. west texas for me. and $120 crude in uniform hence the sharp decline. and it is the commodities table that i say eureka, that explains the stock market. stocks and companies that use oil that use commodities, they're doing fabulously. even last week, a tough week, they're doing fabulously. stocks of kmacompanies that are involved directly in the production of commodities, those are the ones that are going down. let's break it down with companies you understand so you can see how foolish it is to talk about things like risk on and risk off. how much more valuable it is to view stocks through the prison. of commodities, as companies that take or pay for commodities, their stocks are going higher. while the companies that would do better if growth were stronger and therefore more commodities were being used, those stocks are going lower. first, all of the packaged good companies are rallying. even the crummy ones, which is always the best way to tell how the market is really doing. i like to look at the worst actors, the companies
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united states would be on that list. in 25th place. let's raise academic standards across the nation. let's get back to the head of the class. let's solve this. >>> in the midst of the facebook frenzy and the european madness, it seems to drive us lower day after day. i think it's time for a little sanity check. because in an environment that's this insane, you need to pick some stocks like a crazy person in order to win. case in point, eli lilly. this old fashioned big phrma company is about to fall off the big patent cliff. zyprexa sales are down and sim balt a goes off patent next year pnd there are more patents that will blow a huge ol' in eli lilly's bottom line. this used to terrify investors. the s&p 500 is down 6% and right now it's just a little more off a point. a little more than a point off its 52-week high. so what the heck is going on here? why is lili pulling ahead when it should be falling behind given the patent cliff, right? has the market totally lost its mind? no. we looked into this. in fact, i'd say lilly's holding up this well because it's a rare sign of sanity in a
at many different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. >>> welcome back to the special edition of "mad money" where i teach you to navigate market corrections, the brutal declines in stocks -- that would ordinarily leave the best of us in tears. or scared and heading straight for the dirty linoleum floor, only a brief layover at the liquor store to pick up cheap scotch stands between the ends of the show and that action. that's one way to handle a big market down turn and we've done that. not that lucrative. that's not what we do at "mad money," especially if we're under age. we have looked at how sell-offs have to be anticipated and relied on by good investors, they always happen. they shouldn't shock you. you know you have to circle the wagons around what you like. like i do for my charitable trust and leave the stocks you are not enthusiastic about in the
're going to be in a science fiction where we just thought about the united states and how fabulous the united states is doing. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, about face? with all eyes on facebook and potential profitability, one company is leading the charge in marketing and ads for all things social. can exact target hit the bulls eye for you? don't miss cramer's exclusive with the company's ceo next. and later, mac daddy? is it time to take a bite of apple again or has it lost its magic touch? cramer's going off the charts to find out. plus power play? in a market dominated by international concerns, cramer's playing defense by going domestic. tonight this company keeps the lights on in the city that never sleeps, but can it electrify your portfolio? don't miss cramer's exclusive with con edison's ceo. >> miss out on some mad money? get your mad money text alert today. for more info visit madmoney.cnbc.com or call 1-800-743-cnbc. [ male announcer ] introducing a powerful weapon in your fight against bugs. ortho home defense max. with a new continuous spray wand. a
that on some level she's feeling the heat from the united states and china. which tire of her worries about hyperinflation at a time when worldwide deflation is the real enemy. boy, if the united states would just say merkel, enough, i bet you she'd back down. which is why people are so afraid of not being in stocks. what's amazing is until merkel changes her views, though, all numbers for all these sectors are going to have to come down. the estimates are too high. they have to come down in ways that don't support the current valuations after today's rally. you can bet all you want that the germans will get with the program but the longer they hold out the worse things will get. so we play this game of chicken where there are signs of europe that are hopeful like all the european stock markets climbing except for spain today signaling perhaps today's the day when something good happens. so our stocks fly. these kinds of days are followed by days of sullenness where the germans refuse to yield and all of the stock markets go down over there, taking ours with them. of course all this could s
as the bears try to link europe with the united states, we are blessed with many resources, lots of great companies, tremendous balance sheets, relative harmony and a system that is governable. we are coming out of bad times. they're going into bad times. and that's all she wrote. it doesn't mean they can't bring us down. they do, and they will. it does mean that we can't be brought down as hard or as long as they are. let's go to norbert in illinois. norbert? >> caller: boo-yah, jim. >> boo-yah, norbert. >> caller: previously you've always said south america was a trade and not an investment. >> yes. >> caller: not much good news out of south america. do you personally feel it's a place we shouldn't go? >> no, you can't. you can't take away the largest oil company and say big deal. let's go to joe in nevada, please. joe? >> caller: boo-yah, jim cramer. how are you doing today? >> ba-ba-boo-yah back at you. >> caller: i don't short stocks very much. but in the case of best buy i did at $26. and i noticed today they were up a little bit on a down day. is there something going on that maybe
in the united states and they have in europe. i've got to tell you, i trust gold, i don't trust paper. that's why between 10% and 20% makes so much sense. hello, mr. cramer, i've become very interested in investing. i'm a new investor and would love to get big gains, but i'm afraid i won't pick the right speculative stocks. we're only having one speculative stock out of every five, two out of every ten. speculation keeps us interested. makes us pay attention, but it can be dangerous. what i like to do, i like to speculate in biotech, that's my cheap one, biotech companies with more than one drug so that if they possibly have a failure, you're still in the game. those have been the most fruitful, all you've got to do is check some of the big winners like even a company like a regeneron which had a monster run all the way through since the show began. that's the kind of speculative biotech stock that i really look for. here's one from sharon in maryland. jim, thanks for a great show. following your strategies, i have moved most of my holdings into high-yielding stocks and mlps. when is the ti
the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. ♪ dave, i've downloaded a virus. yeah. ♪ dave, where are we on the new laptop? it's so slow! i'm calling dave. [ telephone rings ] [ male announcer ] in a small business, technology is all you. that's why you've got us. at the staples pc savings event, for a limited time get up to $200 off select computers. staples. that was easy. >>> i'm sergeant first-class kerry gilmore here in kandahar, afghanistan with the 223rd engineer battalion. i'd like to send a shout out to my parents harry and janice gilmer in portage, indiana, my beautiful wife melinda in little rock, mississippi. >>> all right. we've got a very special "lightning round" tonight. i'm honored to welcome the fine men and women from the u.s. navy marines and coast guard here as part of this year's fleet week in new york. these are the people that represent us and protect us all over the
quarter in the united states. it was all of our markets performing well to deliver this first quarter. >> people still don't understand what you do. i'm going to ask you on vodafone, what did you sell me and why am i happy? >> for our customers today, they have to delight their customers in a whole new way. you talked about facebook. facebook has changed everything. it's changed how we use software, but it also changes where our customers are. what salesforce.com lets you do is market to your customer in the most modern way. that's why hundreds of thousands of companies are use salesforce.com. our user interface is patterned after facebook. it's that social user interface, that focus on mobility, and we deliver it all in the cloud, there's no hardware or software to buy. social, mobile and cloud. this is the modern era of computing. if you're not organized around those three axes, you're not experiencing the growth we are. that's why you see tepid growth from oracle. customers aren't buying as they are on salesforce.com. >> oracle's got a user installed base, sap, we've had them on a
to our stocks? united states and europe are in different place. our employment situation is improving theirs is deteriorating. our housing crisis is on the mend. theirs is just beginning. our companies have terrific refinanced balance sheets. their balance sheets are weaker. so why can't we shrug off europe? why are we simply not as bad while our stocks merely don't go down as much as theirs do? why is that really the parlance? why are our stocks better? i think the answer is price. markets routinely independently overshoot where they have to go. witness the horrendous declines in the names. right now the perception is europe can annihilate stocks. we need lower stock prices as anyone who owns a commodity stock now knows to be the case. when prices get so low, last week a statement from fossil put me on edge. europe killed our earnings. that's the fossil principle. as far as hedge funds, the fossil principle means other companies with european exposure will blow it. they are not accessory companies. fossil telling them that alcoa will be crushed by europe. fossil says it's just a matt
the freak-outs of others to your advantage and buy the stocks whose yields keep growing versus united states treasuries. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, divide and conquer. get over your first love. some breakups can provide more than heart ache. tonight, cramer's highlighting a company that split could be the best thing to happen to its stock. should you pick this one up? >>> and later, leaving las vegas? wall street showdown on the strip is coming to a head. cramer's taking two opposing takes on one sin city stock and facing them off in a no holds barred smackdown. stick around to find out if you should hold them or fold 'em. >>> glass half full? domestic play dean foods has thrived. now the s&p's best performer in may up over 25%. can it continue to protect you from european woes? cramer pores over the details in his exclusive with the ceo just ahead. all coming up on "mad money." >>> on june 15th, we're celebrating our fifth annual edition of "mad money" it's a family affair. >> once a year only, check it out. >> want to join cramer in studio for the special event? >> we'r
. are you ready? sure, we're ready. well, then, here we go. the united states issued formal declarations of war during five different conflicts. name four of these five wars. go. vietnam. no, they didn't. they never declared war on vietnam. no penalty for wrong answers. guess anything. world war i. war of 1812. world war ii. got two. got three. uh...iraq? no. did we declare war on iraq? you guys need one more. the spanish-american war. you got it! the spanish-american war at the last second. yeah, baby! that was close, man. the other one that you didn't say -- mexican-american war. you didn't need it. you got your four, and you're up to $550. often found in air-purifiers, what specific type of filter was originally used to prevent the spread of radioactive dust? hepa filters, right? hepa filters? we're gonna go with hepa filters. that's the right way to go, and you're up to $650. hepa filters! nice. popular in the corporate sector, what cubicle-bound comic-strip character has repeatedly made the cover of fortune magazine? it's got to be dilbert. dilbert. dilbert is right, and you're up t
out there. >> yeah. simply put, we believe this is the largest oil field found in the united states since pluto bay and that was in 1968, and not only is it the largest oil field found since then, we believe it yields the best reinvestment rate of return of any current oil and gas investment that we know of in the industry right now for large assets. so it's really got a double positive whammy. and that's why we're so excited about it and we call it an 800-pound gorilla developing into a 1,000-pound gorilla. >> you also made a point in the call, which is you're not even drilling as much as might be expected. because the technological improvements are happening so fast in your industry. >> yeah. what's really happening there is typically big fields tend to get bigger and we've seen improvements in productivity and prowell reserves over just a 12-month period so. we have a bit of a dilemma here. we have about an 11-year inventory of wells to drill, and some people could say well, at the rate you're going, it's going to take you 11 years to drill this up. why don't you use twice as man
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... ...with the best math scores. ...the united states would be on that list. in 25th place. let's raise academic standards across the nation. let's get back to the head of the class. let's solve this. yeah, scott. i was just about to use... that's a bunch of ground-up paper, lad! scotts ez seed absorbs and holds water better. it's guaranteed to grow grass anywhere, even if you miss a day of watering. [ scott ] seed your lawn. seed it! >>> catch up with mad mail. here is one from brian. dear jim i'm relatively new to trading stocks, why the chart of eur usd seems to move in lock step with the chart of the spy? this is the important question of the whole era, they get the etf that measure the strength of the euro versus the dollar. the hur oh is the universal crisis, goes around the world and creates havoc. if we knew that the euro is busting apart, the brilliant hope to make one world in europe is falling apart every man for himself. if you see the euro going down there is no money to bail out any of the count rise and banks you can expect we will have a great recession in europe. really
in the united states and canada. so i'm hoping it offers some shelter from europe. i really like the transportation industry. so i just wanted to know what you thought of xpo. >> i wish i could tell you it offers shelter. here's the problem. even the best in thands, which is a company called expediters out of washington is struggling. so your company is going to struggle more than expediters. and that's why i think a $300 million company, so i regard it as a spec, but be very careful. i think you can go lower. all right. what do we do? what do you do when washington and the s.e.c. aren't nailing the culprits? you defend your portfolio yourself until the government steps in. just like the marines and sailors and coast guards who are guarding us. guard your portfolio with stocks that work. "mad money" will be right back. [ applause ] >>> coming up, style guide. jim's browsing the aisles to find a retailer on the mend. could this turnaround story be the perfect fit? skip the traffic and the check-out. cramer's bringing this deal right to your door. >>> and later, playing defense. as
in the united states and they have in europe. i got to tell you, i trust gold, i don't trust paper. that's why between 10% and 20% makes sense. here's one, "i am a new investor and afraid i won't pick the right stocks. what should i be looking for?" first one speculative out of every five and two out of ten. the speculation keeps us interested and makes us pay attention but it can be dangerous. i like to speculate in biotech, that is my chief one, i try to hone biotech companies with more than one drug so if they possibly have a failure, you're still in the game. those have been the most fruitful. check some of the big winners like even a company like orangeneron started in 2005 and a monster run through since the show began, that's the speculative biotech stock i look for. one from sharon in maryland. "jim, thanks for a great show. following your strategies i have moved most of my holdings into high yielding stocks and mlps. the stock prices weren't so high i'd be inclined to reinvest in the winners." this may sound glib but i don't mean to. when the high yielders are no longer high yielding
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